14St Paul's Cathedral
Address: Flinders Street enterance, Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Saturday only
What's Open: Take a guided tour of the ground floor of the Cathedral, viewing the key features including the altar, processional doors and lantern spire.
Special Note: Note: Services will be held Sunday and the church is not accessible for OHM.
Frequency Of Tours: Every 20 minutes - 12 people per tour
Building Type: Religious Buildings Church / Chapel
Year Built: 1880 - 91; 1912; 1926 - 31
Architect: William Butterfield (towers and spires by James Barr in 1926)
Tram Stops: Stop 13: Federation Square on routes 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72
Stop 5: Swanston Street and Flinders Street on routes 70, 75 and 35 (City Circle)
Unlike most of Melbourne's great 19th century public buildings, the Cathedral is made from sandstone and not bluestone.
Architectural Award Winner
Included on either the Victorian Heritage Register, Heritage Council. Classified by the National Trust, Australia (Victoria) or included on the CIty of Melbourne Heritage Overlay
Lines Expected, Arrive Early
Good for Kids